Fall semester on-campus parking permits are now available for purchase. Refer to the chart below for updated rates and buy your permit online through the Campus Parking Services website. Winter semester permits will be available later this fall.
The Parking office reopens September 6! Staff will be available for in-person service Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. You can use online service 24/7 to purchase permits and pay fines.
If you’re parking on campus, make sure you’re aware of the updated Parking Policy and Traffic and Parking Regulations to avoid fines!
Parking rates – Effective Sept. 1, 2022
|Valid Parking Location
|Rate Sept ’22- Apr ’23 (Taxes included)
|Assigned lot in a Black Zone.
Any Red or Yellow Zone
|Apply online. Valid for an assigned lot, guaranteeing an available spot 24/7.
|Any Red Zone
(Basic interior lots)
|Required to park in any Red Zone during posted hours of operation. (Sold out for students – waitlist available)
|Any Yellow Zone
(Value perimeter lots)
|Required to park in any Yellow Zone during posted hours of operation.
|P13 or P30
P11 or P19 or P59
|Available to faculty, staff and students. Required to park in specific zones during posted hours of operation. In and out privileges with valid permit
How to purchase a permit
To purchase a permit, you’ll need an account with Parking Services.
- If you do not already have a parking account, complete a Student or Faculty/Staff Parking Account Request form online.
- Once you have an account, visit the Parking Services website.
- Log in with your central log-in credentials and select “GET PERMIT.” Follow the prompts.
Virtual permits and sharing
You may register license plates for up to three vehicles to your virtual parking permit (no physical permit to keep in your vehicle). This money-saving option is helpful if you want to share the cost of a permit with co-workers or friends who have a different on-campus schedule than your own. If you register multiple vehicles to a permit, only one of those vehicles can be parked on campus at a time.
Good news for those with electric vehicles
If you regularly use U of G’s electric vehicle (EV) charging stations, you may want to purchase a Green EV Permit.
The new Green EV Permits:
- Allow you to conveniently and affordably charge your vehicle while you’re parked on campus – maximum time limit and other regulations apply
- Must be purchased along with a Red or Yellow Zone permit
- Can replace the EV Paybyphone requirement for Red or Yellow Zone permit holders
You can also charge your vehicle using the Paybyphone option if you choose not to buy a Green EV permit.
Visitor and hourly parking
Visitor Permits are available for $15 per day and are valid in Red and Yellow Zones during posted hours of operation. To purchase a Visitor Permit, a parking account must be created. Contact Campus Parking Services email@example.com for more information.
Hourly parking is available in specific spots on campus and can be purchased through Paybyphone or the HONK app (check the Google Play store or the Apple App store).
Frequently Asked Questions
We encourage you to purchase a permit as soon as possible. Permits are currently available for sale and operate on a first-come-first-served basis. Permits must be paid in full by credit card or payroll deduction.Link to this tab
Students, faculty and staff parking on campus for only a few days per week may find it more economical to purchase a discounted daily permit. Permits can be purchased in advance and are non-refundable.
Hourly parking is available at the signed Paybyphone and HONK locations across campus.Link to this tab
Unlike Red and Yellow Zone permits, Black Zone permits are sold on a 1:1 ratio to ensure that each person who purchases a Black Zone permit is guaranteed a spot in the lot to which they are assigned. If you apply for a Black Zone permit, you will be added to a waitlist while the Campus Parking Services team works through requests in the order they were received to determine permit availability. Those on the waitlist will be contacted shortly after applying with information on availability.Link to this tab